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My mac is running slow i have a cable modem, router works fine for the PC upstairs it used to have blinding speed, now the fan icon comes on often especially when i use Safari I empty cache, clear history and reset Safari, but it continues Any Ideas?

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There are a number of reasons that may causing a Mac computer running slow, but generally two factors: hardware part & system part. For hardware part: I guess it's OK if your Mac is not that old. For system part: there might be a lot of junk files, caches, registry errors... out there which largely slow down any Mac machines. about 80% slow Mac caused by this reason, if so, try cleaning the system. Learn more from: http://www.howtospeedupmac.com/

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